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speeches. decide the same thing about this. the content of this next video the huffington post first linked this video to it earlier today, paul ryan speaking at a 2011 dinner hosted by the american spectator, con serbtive magazine and this sounds a lot like mitt romney's comment on the 47%. >> the good news, still shows survey after survey, shows 70% of americans believe in the american dream, only 30% want the welfare state. half of the people currently in the category are there not of their wish or their will. >> liberal websites are focusing on the ryan speech, and the huffington post says they learned of a clip because a reader. ryan's campaign says only 30% want the welfare state, just as it is every day on t campaign trail, and the size trail, and so let's talk about this, whether these videos amount to anything. and political analyst roland martin, and red state.com and professor boise watkins of syracuse university. eric, on the obama tape, to you, what is the significance of it? >> the circumstances of it is the media. it was the media that portrayed barack obama as a post racial
for "the huffington post," sam stein, contributor to "newsweek" and "the daily beast," mark mckinnon and executive editor of bloomburg news, the nostradamus of major league baseball, al hunt! mike barnicle is in new york along with tv's own willie geist. let's set this up. april 7th. 2011? >> yes. >> alfred hunt. i don't know if it's alfred. >> albert. >> albert hunt comes on this show and predicts what? >> the washington nationals are going to the world series. that's the good news. the bad news i said 2013. >> right. >> a little ahead of schedule. >> but they this year proved me wrong by a year, but you know something? most of the people on the show, particularly mr. stein, condescending, they had him in there since 1933. >> i kept my mouth shut. >> you did, joe. you were polite, as always. >> as a red sox fan, it's a damn good thing i did. sam stein -- >> yes. >> -- an ugly year. an ugly year for the red sox. >> yeah, it wasn't our best year. >> mike barnicle, ugly, baby. >> they can't even beat the yankees. >> we're glad the season is over. you put up your shutters in mid-j
for the huffington post. >> the modeling industry is the most unglamorous part. >> reporter: when she landed this, her first cover, for "women's health" magazine, she was disappointed to learn she'd get paid $250. she says many other day-long shoots pay even less. just $100 for the entire day. >> a lot of models do end up working as waitresses. >> stetts wants to clear up misconceptions and give outsiders the inside of what she calls the underbelly of the industry. >> it is a business for them. and they see you as a way to make money, eventually. if you need to borrow money from your agency because you're waiting to pay your rent, they'll charge you sometimes 10%. >> reporter: at 30 years old, stetts says she knows she's nearing the end of her shelf life as a model. >> what's next? >> reporter: back in march, she started an advice blog called the frugal model. teaching girls to be beautiful on a budget. for "good morning america," linsey davis, abc news, new york. >>> it is "dancing with the stars" time now. the latest couple booted off the ballroom floor, joey fatone and kym johnson. when the au
are in washington, d.c. with us onset, political editor and white house correspondent for the huffington post, sam stein. he's also a big fan of sport fall. nbc news capitol hill correspondent kelly o'donnell and senior national correspondent for bloomberg business week and he has thrown a blizzard of bloomberg business week magazines all around the set. joshua green. in new york city msnbc and "time" magazine senior political analyst mark halperin and also the cohost of cnbc's "street signs" brian sullivan. we have a lot to talk about. mark halperin, if you're just waking up and you don't want to read the newspapers, it's friday. you want to get ready to watch nfl games where they actually get the calls right and you just want to read one paragraph. that's why i'm here. i'm sort of the cliff notes for you today. mark, i want you to respond to this. charles krauthammer and "the washington post." charles, the patron saint of conservatives. the headline "go large, mitt." listen to this line. it makes you think how far ahead romney would be if he were actually running a campaign, but his unwillingnes
to me -- perhaps i can lay it on my own children because i am not sending items to "the huffington post" and elsewhere to explain that when the auto industry ran into trouble, it cut $80 billion in roughly six months. the financial -- it received $80 billion dollars in roughly six months. how big is the sector that produces young adults? can you imagine an economy without young adults? if you want to spend in this economy, the young at sector, you never produces your cars. the auto sector. you know that the financial sector handles your accounts. you know who produces the food on your table. that is our cultural sector. autos is 1.5%. finance is 7.5%. how big is the young adult sector? 10.5%. it is without doubt the most important. depending on how you look at it, it is the largest sector in the economy. it is labor-intensive. you spend money in that sector, you will create jobs. you cannot imagine an economy without young adults. you know you have to invest in them. all of you know the returns on investing in kids. i will not go back through that. what i will say is that we as a commun
. holy [ bleep ]. >> the controversy surrounding "breaking amish," it may not be real. >> huffington post covering the controversy, on the risk of producing reality tv. >> you can interview people as much as you want, but they may not be telling the truth. >> other cast allegations include sabrina who had reportedly already left her mennonite community before production began. and two other cast members are pretending to be strangers when they allegedly have a baby. tlc releasing this statement -- there's a lot of information floating around about the group featured on breaking amish. much of it is not true, but some of it is. >> so, we are going to times square. >> tlc telling "the insider" today, quote, the production company spent close to a year in these amish and mennontie communities researching. it's not the first show to come under trial for its reality. hgtv's house hunters became under scrutiny when one of the hunters said that many of her scenes were staged. he brought judges to tears on "america's got talent." >> i got hit by a grenade in afghanistan. >> later, reports surface
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